Encountering beautiful Japanese women


About how often do you encounter a beautiful woman? graph of japanese statistics

Here’s a survey, short but sweet (just like much of the subject matter), on women’s external appearance, conducted by SBS Tokyo, a beauty salon.


Over the 17th and 19th of February 2015 300 men between the ages of 20 and 49 who had the experience of a beautiful woman crossing their path completed an internet-based questionnaire.

Note that this is talking about catching sight of a beautiful woman while going about one’s daily activity, not hanging out at a club.

Excepting every day at home, I probably see a beautiful woman every few days; what I like the most is a good overall figure and poise, which includes the ability to walk not in the fashion of a drunken giraffe.
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Beauty equipment usage in Japan

DIMSDRIVE Research recently reported on a survey conducted last year into beauty equipment.


Between the 2nd and 16th of September 2010 (not 2011) 6,436 members of the DIMSDRIVE monitor group completed a private internet-based questionnaire. 50.5% of the sample were female, 0.3% in their teens, 11.2% in their twenties, 32.7% in their thirties, 36.0% in their forties, 17.9% in their fifties, and 1.9% aged sixty or older.

My wife fancies a steamer, in particular this device, as the word on the street is very positive, it seems. The roller type mentioned in the survey have been in vogue the last couple of years, being platinum and/or germanium-coated rollers that you roll over your face and miracles happen! This smells completely and utterly of snake-oil to me; I could accept an argument that the rolling in itself had some benefit, but the metals are just flat-out quackery.

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Round-up of a couple of English-language surveys

I saw two surveys recently that perhaps didn’t get as much press as they should have, so this is my attempt to redress the balance. The two subjects were comparing the expectations of Koreans and Japanese for the 2006 FIFA World Cup™, and the perception of body image and beauty amongst asian women (found via 3Yen).
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